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Sodium hydrosulfide is a water-reactive, toxic, corrosive, irritating, colorless-to-lemon-colored, flammable solid with an odor of rotten eggs. Its common uses include bleaching; chemical milling solutions; the dehairing of animal hides; glassmaking; ore flotation; paper pulping; the processing of dyestuffs; and the manufacture of cellophane, rayon, and many chemicals.
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Established in February 1994, the House Natural Disaster Task Force released its report on preparing for and responding to natural disasters. Co-chaired by Reps. Richard Durbin (D-IL) and Bill Emerson (R-MO), the task force discussed ways to fund the massive recovery programs voted on by Congress in the wake of large-scale disasters. Reps. Curt Weldon (R-PA) and Sherwood Boehlert (R-NY), co-chairmen of the Congressional Fire Services Caucus, were appointed to serve on the task force. They worked
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Television Equipment Associates, Inc.: Provides communications between organizations (fire, police, and medical) during disaster operations. Over 30 self-contained and portable stations can be set up instantly. Will accommodate seven simultaneous duplex conversations. Can interface to either radio or public telephone.
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Mosby Lifeline: Emergency Care for Hazardous Materials Exposure by Alvin C. Bronstein and Phillip L. Currance, Basic Dysrhythmias: Interpretation and Management by Robert J. Huszar, and Prehospital Systems and Medical Oversight, second edition, by Alexander Kuehl.